PARSIPPANY — Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce hosted it’s monthly “Lunch Dozen Networking Series.” Founder and CEO Taryn Abrahams presented a workshop on “Workplace Harassment: Creating Social Change,” on Wednesday, July 11.
The workshop was designed to dive deep into a wide range of harassment and sexual violence, and helps debunk myths and misconceptions that keep people stuck, teaches problem solving skills, and offered a safe platform for people to address concerns about what constitutes appropriate workplace behavior.
Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce member, Mark Semeraro, Esq. said “It was a very informative lecture and the group of attendees really added to the experience.”
First time attendee, Joy Taylor, Hilton Parsippany said “Very informative, thank you for inviting me.”
PACC is a service organization for businesses, merchants, residents, and volunteers that provides education, information, and networking opportunities to the Parsippany Area. We work with our local and county governments and stand ready to pursue any matter that can make our community a better place in which to live, conduct business, and make a living. We promote a healthy and more prosperous economic climate.
Join Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce for our next event, Juice up your morning…
held on Thursday, July 26 at 8:30 a.m. Plenty of food, fun and networking. Bring business cards. PACC’s Offices, 90 East Halsey Road, Suite 322. Free Event, please click here to register.
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